Report supports training, career growth for teachers

11/19/2012 | EdSource

A recent report released by Accomplished California Teachers has found that fewer new teachers would leave the profession and the quality of teachers would be improved if teachers were provided with additional training and a clearly defined career path. Among other things, the group suggests in the report that a "third tier" be established for teachers, who would earn additional pay, help struggling teachers and take on some managerial roles.

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